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Dream Racing or Exotic Racing?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by Its Only Money, Nov 24, 2015.

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  1. Its Only Money

    Its Only Money Low-Roller

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    I think I am going to go out to the speedway when I am in town after Christmas. Does anyone on the board have experience with either company or both? Which is better, any tips? I have always loved the Italian exotics and probably won't ever own one myself so why not take a few hours out of day in the Valley and head to the track to get that rush. Thanks!
     
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    I would call ahead to see how crazy it is going to be for waits. I did the exotic driving through red rock canyon with a group in December a few years back it was great.

    Got to drive 4 different cars and got a chance to get on em.

    I want to do the exotics or the new speedvegas once that opens up.
     
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    no wonder why i couldnt find the place i went to it closed up and is no renamed under speed vegas they are building a track down by mresort which opens up in the spring. Longer track and probably cheaper then exotics racing.

    www.speedvegas.com

    Whatever you do i am sure it will be a rush!
     
  5. Its Only Money

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    I think I'm going to go ahead and do the one the have out of City Center. I think I will probably do a 2 car package. I will report back after I go.
     
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    Looking forward to it
     
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    I couldn't recommend Dream Racing enough. I have been the past 2 years in a row. By far the best thing I have done in Vegas. The whole experience is excellent from start to finish. The staff are very nice and couldn't do enough for you. The instructors are equally excellent and they really let you push the cars to the max - providing you can drive that is. No short shifting, no early braking, no driver aids. Straight into race mode in the Ferraris or Corsa mode in the Lamborghinis. I like the track too - it's relatively short (low 50s is considered a very quick lap) but it's quite technical and you get a great feel for what the cars are capable of. I have driven the Aventador, Huracan, GT3 and the F430 GT Race car. It's an absolutey incredible experience.

    Here are some YT videos from my time there if it's of any interest -

    Huracan:
    http://youtu.be/Mg7zx0GTdrs

    GT3:
    http://youtu.be/NAV7q_3ildc

    F430 GT:
    http://youtu.be/wZ8ejrOXf_o

    http://youtu.be/-cAU2upskmg

    Do it, you will not be disappointed. I can highly recommend Nic as an instructor. I request him each time I go and they always accommodate.
     
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    Thanks easty for the videos
     
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